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John Virdin
John Virdin
Assistant Professor of the Practice; Director Ocean Policy Program
Verified email at duke.edu
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Plastic pollution solutions: emerging technologies to prevent and collect marine plastic pollution
E Schmaltz, EC Melvin, Z Diana, EF Gunady, D Rittschof, JA Somarelli, ...
Environment international 144, 106067, 2020
1632020
Toward a Blue Economy
PG Patil, J Virdin, CS Colgan, MG Hussain, P Failler, T Vegh
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2018
1532018
Making sure the blue economy is green
JS Golden, J Virdin, D Nowacek, P Halpin, L Bennear, PG Patil
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (2), 0017, 2017
1102017
Adaptations to maintain the contributions of small-scale fisheries to food security in the Pacific Islands
JD Bell, A Cisneros-Montemayor, Q Hanich, JE Johnson, P Lehodey, ...
Marine Policy 88, 303-314, 2018
832018
Contribution of Fisheries to Food and Nutrition Security: Current Knowledge, Policy, and Research
A Bennett, P Patil, K Kleisner, D Rader, J Virdin, X and Basurto
Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Duke University, 2018
792018
Recognize fish as food in policy discourse and development funding
A Bennett, X Basurto, J Virdin, X Lin, SJ Betances, MD Smith, EH Allison, ...
Ambio 50, 981-989, 2021
572021
The Ocean 100: Transnational corporations in the ocean economy
J Virdin, T Vegh, JB Jouffray, R Blasiak, S Mason, H Ísterblom, ...
Science Advances 7 (3), eabc8041, 2021
542021
Catching industrial fishing incursions into inshore waters of Africa from space
D Belhabib, WWL Cheung, D Kroodsma, VWY Lam, PJ Underwood, ...
Fish and Fisheries 21 (2), 379-392, 2020
492020
20 Years of Government Responses to the Global Plastic Pollution Problem: the Plastics Policy Inventory
R Karasik, T Vegh, Z Diana, J Bering, Janet, Caldas, A Pickle, ...
Nicholas Institute, Duke University, 2020
492020
Toward a blue economy: a pathway for Bangladesh’s sustainable growth
PG Patil, J Virdin, CS Colgan, MG Hussain, P Failler, T Vegh
World Bank, 2018
37*2018
Saving fish and fisheries: towards sustainable and equitable governance of the global fishing sector
J Virdin, P Gardiner, G van Santen
The World Bank, 2004
372004
Strengthening governance of small-scale fisheries: an initial assessment of the theory and practice
HRJ Basurto, X, Virdin, J, Smith
Oak Foundation, 2017
262017
Mapping the global distribution of locally-generated marine ecosystem services: the case of the West and Central Pacific Ocean tuna fisheries
EG Drakou, J Virdin, L Pendleton
Ecosystem services 31, 278-288, 2018
252018
Conceptualizing maritime environmental and natural resources law enforcement–The case of illegal fishing
K Sander, J Lee, V Hickey, VB Mosoti, J Virdin, WB Magrath
Environmental development 11, 112-122, 2014
232014
Hard facts, hidden problems: A review of current data on fishing subsidies
J Virdin, J Schorr
World Wildlife Fund, Washington, DC, 2001
202001
Changing the narrative on fisheries subsidies reform: Enabling transitions to achieve SDG 14.6 and beyond
AM Cisneros-Montemayor, Y Ota, M Bailey, CC Hicks, AS Khan, A Rogers, ...
Marine Policy 117, 103970, 2020
192020
An institutional model for comanagement of coastal resources in Fiji
JW Virdin
Coastal Management 28 (4), 325-335, 2000
182000
Contribution of Fisheries to Food and Nutrition Security: Current Knowledge
A Bennett, P Patil, K Kleisner, D Rader, J Virdin, X Basurto
Policy, and Research, 2018
172018
Blue carbon conservation in West Africa: a first assessment of feasibility
T Bryan, J Virdin, T Vegh, CY Kot, J Cleary, PN Halpin
Journal of Coastal Conservation 24, 1-14, 2020
122020
West Africa's coastal bottom trawl fishery: Initial examination of a trade in fishing services
J Virdin, M Kobayashi, S Akester, T Vegh, S Cunningham
Marine Policy 100, 288-297, 2019
122019
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